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Adesola Adeduntan, CEO, First Bank

Nigeria banks trying to stabilize 9mobile ahead of sale, FBN says

Nigerian lenders will try to stabilise the business of 9mobile, the country’s fourth largest telecoms group, until they can find new investors.

GT Bank, Nigeria's biggest bank by market value, has raised the maximum monthly dollar spend limit to $1,000 from

Nigeria Banks Boosting Dollar Spending as Liquidity Improves

Nigerian banks are boosting dollar-spending limits for payment cards denominated in local currency as much as tenfold because of improved foreign-exchange supply.

Africa's banker of tomorrow

Armed with fintech and fueled by data: Africa's banker of tomorrow

Markets in Shanghai closed up today on news that the Chinese bullet train manufacturer Fujian Corp won the contract to connect Casablanca to Abidjan.

Eko Atlantic, Lagos, Nigeria

Eko Atlantic: Why Nigeria's plans for a dream Eldorado city in Lagos are not radical enough (Video)

The government of the state of Lagos–Nigeria’s commercial capital–has proudly proclaimed it is building a new city that will become the new financial centre of Nigeria, and perhaps West Africa.

The Mercedes Maybach is one of the auto brands popular amongst Nigeria's top one percent

In Lagos, Nigeria, the 1% takes stock

Guests sashayed through the tent doors into a scene of surreal opulence. At the far end of the tent, engulfed by servants, courtiers, national politicians and guards with wires in their ears, the celebrant perched beside his wife on a throne covered with white faux fur, his every move broadcast on flat-screens arrayed around the tent walls.

Seven Energy will be the next Nigerian corporate to test investor appetite

Sub-Saharan Africa bond issuance booms

Bond issuance volumes from sub-Saharan African have already surpassed last year’s levels with the promise of more to come.

Citibank, Nigeria

Foreign investors shrug off Nigeria risks: Omar Hafeez, Head, Citigroup Nigeria

Worsening security in Nigeria has not deterred foreign investors from buying its assets, Citigroup’s country head said on Wednesday, citing $1.1 billion worth of Eurobonds it had traded for three local lenders so far this year.